If you’re looking to accelerate your organization’s digital transformation, the good news is that there are some proven principles you can apply. Learn from leading enterprises in these real-world examples.
By Patrick McFadin, DataStax – When the gap between enterprise software development and IT operations was bridged 15 or so years ago, building enterprise apps underwent a radical change. DevOps blew away manual and slow processes, and adopted the idea of infrastructure as code. This was a change that upped the ability to scale quickly and deliver reliable applications and services into production.
By Thomas Been, DataStax – DataStax set out to identify enterprises and builders that define the future of data and have planned and prepared to scale to whatever demand their growing businesses and customer bases place upon them.
For years, we’ve known that Internet of Things (IoT) devices can come under attack as quickly as within five minutes of being connected to the internet. The methods hackers used to exploit these devices should give organizations pause — unless they take the necessary precautions.
For years, quantum computing has seemed like the stuff of science fiction. But the truth is that quantum computing is here and it’s more accessible to organizations than you think. And while the technology is still in its infancy, it is advancing fast.
By Andy Nallappan, Chief Technology Officer and Head of Software Business Operations, Broadcom Software – Last month at Gartner Symposium in Orlando, Fla., I enjoyed talking with ZDNet’s Chris Preimesberger and Sahana Sarma, leader of Google Cloud’s transformation advisory, about the enterprise software landscape and how it is growing more complex and business-critical daily.
Digital transformation poses as many threats as there are opportunities. For IT leaders, driving enterprise-wide transformation requires them to break free of the security point solution cycle and gain complete visibility into their endpoints.